We have been to Brasa several times and although the quality of the meat is just OK, we decided to try the Thanksgiving dinner this year, as it was just the two of us. Big mistake. The sides were so awful as to be nearly inedible. The stuffing tasted like stove top, out of a box with nothing in it but bread and some seasoning. The pork loin stuffed with apples looked great but was tough and grisly. Green bean casserole was out of a can, there was no cold cranberry sauce, and the only decent dish on the buffet was the butternut squash soup. I think we would have had a better meal at the Golden Corral; it was that bad.
Never going back, lousy food is so not worth it.
Costume Contest: Three chances to win.
Scariest Dance Contest: One Couple wins.
Food: Not a meal but really good stuff.
Live Music: T A B at their best. Even something SPECIAL!
Fortune Teller: Palms, Tarot Cards, Scrying
Audience Participation: I'm not telling you everything.
Great Halloween Decorations: Hey it's a Halloween BASH!
Free Parking: Off Street at the Steakhouse
Non Smoking: Smoking areas available
Kids Welcome: Accompanied by parents only, there may be adult language, drinking etc. Please keep this in mind.
MORE, MORE AND MORE fUN ! ! ! ! ! !
The Halloween BASH 2009
Best dinner we have had since moving to Raleigh. My husband's new favorite place to eat. We've been there twice so far. Once with his company Christmas party and this weekend with another couple. The service staff is awesome and the food is great. The portions are not huge, so you don't feel stuffed. It was a little bit expensive, but sometimes you have to just spoil yourself.
Excellent! Finely a place in the Triangle that really serves Argentinean food. Truly, I can not say enough nice things about this place. Steaks are tender and juicy and the dulce de leche dessert is fantastic. I recently went with my friend who is visiting from Argentina. He gave a strong thumbs up and can't wait to go back. Also we had the chance to speak with the owners...good & friendly folk. Do not miss an opportunity to go here, you will not be disappointed.
I have had several great dining experiences at BRASA. The food, service and atmosphere is delightful. I enjoy dining at BRASA because of their convenient location to my job in RTP and reasonable prices. On top of that, the selection of food on the hot/cold bars is very elaborate.
Indy Week • 201 W. Main St., Suite 101, Durham, NC 27701 • phone 919-286-1972 • fax 919-286-4274
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